These 3-week institutes are open to participants from anywhere on the globe. OMS does not offer lodging nor meals, but is open to those who which to attend.Besides music, there are daily exercises at the beginning of the day
Students who have attended over the past 8 years have come from the local area of Maryland, District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia.Students have also attended from other states in the USA such as New York, New Jersey, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, and California, and from overseas from Egypt and various other African countries, China, Italy, Trinidad and Tobago, and from the Virgin Islands of the Caribbean.
Registration Deadline for the Summer of 2013 is May 1, 2013, giving families 3 months to pay for the summer program.REGISTER SOON.
Call anytime, speak with us, or leave a message with your email address at 301-454-0991 for the Registration Form.
June 24-July 12, Daily M-F
MUSIC: Mozart Piano
Concerto No. 21
Chevalier de Saint Georges Sinfonia Concertante
Chamber and Solo works for all instruments.
AUDITIONS:Friday, March 1. Students must have studied at least 2 full years and are playing literature to attend.
Call 301-454-0991 to schedule your appointment.
July 22-August 9, Daily , M-F
Scott Joplin Treemonisha FULL PRODUCTION
and excerpts from Dream Girls , Solo works, Art Songs, Spirituals, Gospel,
AUDITIONS:Friday, March 8. Students must have studied at least 2 full years and are singing "real songs" to attend.
Call 301-454-0991 to schedule your appointment.
STEEL DRUMS & HARP playing in each camp
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CAMPS/INSTITUTES
Hours, through M-F, Recitals Friday of last week of each camp or institute, recitals during the summer sessions are from
All students will experience a well-rounded view of music while learning or building on and expanding their already acquired skills on
voice and drama,
strings (violin, viola, cello, bass, guitars, harp
brasses (trumpet, trombone, French horn, Euphonium,
steel drum (an introduction)
body movement (physical exercise, dance),
private lessons on their major instruments and voice,
chamber ensemble or jazz ensemble or chamber orchestra, choir.
music theory, ear-training, sight reading
music history in Black and White and
camper’s own genealogy, biological and/or environmental, “from where did your musical ability come?"
Students will also enjoy on or off-site professional performances to enhance their overall camp experience!
Students will present their own “live concert” performance at the end of each week, at .
Registration is $150 first person in the family, $140 second, and $130 for each additional in the same household.This includes books, music, camp materials, 1 uniform T-shirt (which must be worn daily during the summer camp or institute).
Camp fee is $225 for the first week you attend, $190 each additional week.
SUMMER PRIVATE LESSONS
You can choose to register for how many weeks you are in town, 4 weeks, 5 weeks, 6 weeks, 7 weeks or all 8 weeks. All books and materials for lessons are paid for separately and are not included in the tuition.
$35 registration which includes attending the entire 2012-2013 school year.
$40.00 per 30-minute private lesson each instrument, theory/composition
$60.00 per 45-minute private lesson each instrument, theory/composition
$80.00 per 60-minute private lesson each instrument, theory/composition
$35.00 for the Summer term Recital fee, no matter how long you stay within that session.
MUSIC FOR LITTLE MOZARTS CLASSES
July 8-August 9, 2013 6:00-6:55 pm Tuesday & Thursday, with a parent or adult attending the class with each child.
The OttleyMusicSchool offers Music for Little Mozarts 6-week course beginning July. This course is specifically geared to pre-school students with their parents. This curriculum provides a balance between the discipline necessary for playing the piano and the enjoyment the child receives from the process of music making. Besides learning to play the piano, it includes singing, dancing, ear-training, and other musical activities. The camp centers on the adventures of Beethoven Bear and Mozart Mouse™ as they learn about music.
Materials for the class and available at OMS:
Music Lesson Book 1
Music Workbook 1
Music Recital Book1
Music Discovery Book 1
Beethoven Bear plush toy for bass clef 1
Mozart Mouse plush toy for treble clef 1
Compact Disc Recordings for Book 1 (2-disc set)
A choice of either The Pop Book (…go to Hollywood) or The Sacred Book (…go to church)
Recitals, THU July 18, Aug. 1 and 15a,
REGISTRATION for MUSIC FOR LITTLE MOZARTS
The class has a teacher for the course. Each child is at a key-board or has some other instrument in hand. Students also have opportunity to learn the fundamentals of playing the steel drum. They perform in two or three recitals during the summer. Students register for as many weeks as possible during the 6-week summer session.
Research has shown that the study of music enhances learn of all subjects, so it is an asset to human development whether or not a student becomes a great musician. The best thing is for them to become involved in this activity.
Call 301-454-0991. Contact@ottleymusic.org or OttleyMusic@yahoo.com